Podcast 246 Why did you get sick? Sometimes the cause and lesson are clear. Other times we make shaky connections. Either way, what steps do we take to avoid getting sick again? This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: What Do You Learn From Getting Sick? Topics: podcast, Riscario Insider, health, morbidity
Episode 15 Toronto Star: ... previous crash ratings for small cars are misleading Forbes: ... no amount of airbags, electronic stability control or roll cages can defeat the laws of physics. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) took three small cars rated tops in barrier tests and crashed them into midsize cars from the same manufacturer. - Daimler: Smart fortwo vs Mercedes C300 - Honda: Fit vs Accord - Toyota: Yaris vs Camry Each small car dropped to lowest possible rating even... Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, mortality, morbidity
byEnrique Recuero, Diana Sparx, Shmooie Bueno, Reverend Grimes, Guy Woodhouse.
Thinking about Death is at the root of all philosophy and religion. Also social psychology has shown thinking about death can have all kinds of interesting social effects, and we can see how this is used in political marketing. Here at Mindcore we take the attitude taught in the code of the Bushido (the Samurai religion) that a Samurai must meditate on death constantly, so that they may have all the courage to face life. Topics: Death, Morbidity, Mortality Salience, Death Penalty, Euthanasia